Cara has been employed at CLASI for almost two years. Although Cara is new to working alongside people with disabilities, her passion for the well being of all started when she was a young girl. In a previous position Cara managed residential property. Her assistance in finding housing for immigrants, and welcoming them to Canada was a pivotal moment in her career, which cemented the fact that she is meant to help others. In her spare time, she enjoys going to movies, all things beauty, live concerts, travelling, and spending time with her dog, Oscar
Jean has been involved in the disability field since 1991, but has been with CLASI since February 2009.
She really enjoys her career with CLASI, and finds it very rewarding to coordinate support contracts for youth with varying abilities living in long term foster care who are referred by the Ministry of Social Services – Child & Family Programs.
The support contracts are designed to provide mentorship, support and quality of life to youth in care by providing activities in the community geared to the youth’s interests and abilities.
Our 1:1 support program is driven by the commitment of workers to provide positive and stable relationships with the children and youth they serve.
Heather has been in the field for approximately 15 years and came to CLASI in 2016. She received her Rehabilitation Diploma in 2004 and is currently working on her Bachelor of Professional Arts - Human Services. Outside of CLASI, Heather is married to a farmer with three young boys. Lots of her time is spent at the hockey rink, archery range and any other adventures her sons take her on. When Heather has time to herself, she enjoys spending time with her horses, dogs, practicing yoga and reading.
Winnie has worked with CLASI for 5 years. She coordinates a parenting program designed to support and preserve the family unit. Winnie has two adult children and has lived in Saskatoon, on and off for the past 30 years!
CLASI supports individuals with varying abilities and their families.